Song Seung-hyun Wiki
Song Seung-hyun (Hangul: 송승현; Hanja: 宋承炫; Japanese:ソン•スンヒョン born 21 August 1992[1]) is a South Korean musician and actor. He is a member of rock band F.T. Island, where he serves as the guitarist, vocalist, lyricist, and composer. He is the newest member after replacing Oh Won Bin.[2] He is the second youngest member of the group after Choi Min-hwan.   F.T. Island Main article: F.T. Island Song Seung-hyun was a FNC trainee for...
Lee Jaejin Wiki
Lee Jae-jin (Hangul: 이재진; Hanja: 李在真; Japanese:イ•ジェジン born December 17, 1991[1]) is a South Korean musician and actor. He is a member of rock band F.T. Island, where he serves as the bassist and 2nd vocalist. He has also contributed to F.T. Island's body of work with several compositions of his own.[2][3] F.T. Triple[edit] In January 2009, members Choi Jong-hoon, Choi Min-hwan, and Lee Jae-jin were put into the sub gro...
Choi Jonghoon Wiki
Choi Jong-hoon (Korean: 최종훈; hanja: 崔鐘訓) [tɕʰwe dʑoŋhuːn]; Japanese: チェ•ジョンフン; born March 7, 1990) is a South Korean guitarist, musician and actor. He is the leader of the South Korean rock band F.T. Island, where he serves as the lead guitarist, keyboardist, lyricist and composer. Biography[edit] Jong-hoon was born in Seoul, South Korea on March 7, 1990,[1] according to the solar calendar, and February...
Lee Honggi Wiki
Lee Hong-gi (Hangul: 이홍기; Hanja: 李洪基; <small>pronounced </small>[iː hoŋɡiː ]; Japanese:イ•ホンギ) is a South Korean singer-songwriter, actor, writer, and fashion designer. He is best known for his singing abilities and being the main singer of the South Korean pop rock band F.T. Island. Lee released his first solo extended play FM302 in South Korea on November 18, 2015 and his Japanese album AM302 on December 9,...
Lyric Schreiben and Musik composition
Every member of F.T. Island has been actively taking part in writing lyrics and composing music. The first member to participate in composing music was Jong-hoon, who co-wrote the song "돈키호테의 노래 (Don Quixote's Song)" in 2010.[137] The song was later included in the album Beautiful Journey. He also composed the music for "고백합니다 (I Confess)" which was included in the EP Return in 2011,[138] as well as "We Hope to Become Lovers (애인이 돼 주길 바래요)...
Sub-unit
In 2009, Jong-hoon, Min-hwan, and Jae-jin formed a sub-group called F.T. Triple. Some of the reasons behind this lineup were to showcase more of the members' skills and to prevent main singer, Lee Hong-gi, from overstraining his voice again. Another reason was to continue promoting F.T. Island while Hong-gi was filming You're Beautiful while Seung-hyun was having a break.[2] At first, the trio was unofficially announced at the Dream Concert in Japan as "A3". The...
2015-present: Success with first fully self-composed album and pursuing a new genre
They started the year with their World Tour called 2015 FTISLAND [FTHX] Tour which included concerts in France, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and two dates in the United States, one in New York and one in Los Angeles. After a year and four months of hiatus in Korea following their mini album, The Mood, FNC Entertainment announced F.T. Island's first fully self-composed album, I Will which was released on March 23. The music video of "To The Light" was pre-rel...
2013-14: Japanese album, overseas activities, comeback in Korea, individual promotions
The band continued their TAKE FTISLAND tour which started the year before in Seoul, Korea and went to Taiwan in December 2012[60] and continued the tour in Shanghai and Beijing, China.[61] On March 27, 2013, F.T. Island released their single, "You Are My Life" with 2 tracks, "Beat It" and "Come Into My Dream".[62] All three songs ended up in the top 5 of Japanese music site Dwango's K-Pop weekly ringtone chart. Also, their M/V for "You Are M...
2011-12: Continued Japanese popularity, Return to Korea and rising popularity
On April 20, 2011, F.T. Island released their seventh Japanese single "Satisfaction" with accompanying tracks, "Friends" and "I Want", in which Jong-hoon participated in the composition of both songs. The single debuted at number two on the Oricon weekly singles charts, becoming the band's highest charting single in the country.[47][48] Their title song "Satisfaction" was also selected to be the ending theme song of Fuji Televisi...
2009-10: Lineup changes, F.T. Triple and Breakthrough in Japan
On January 28, 2009, it was announced that member Oh Won Bin would indeed be leaving the group,[17] with FNC trainee Song Seung-hyun replacing him as a guitarist and backup vocalist.[18] With the new change in lineup, F.T. Island then released the music video for their mini-album with the title song, "Bad Woman".[19] They also promoted it on SBS Inkigayo, and two days later, released the band's first Korean mini-album Jump Up.[20][21] On April 22...
2007-08: Debut with Cheerful Sensibility and Japanese Debut with Prologue of F.T. Island: Soyogi
F.T. Island's first album, Cheerful Sensibility, was released on June 7, 2007. Prior to that, the members appeared on the Korean television show "Wanna be my girlfriend?" (Korean: 두근두근 여친만들기) on Mnet. The band also performed live on stage at Rolling Hall and held their first official showcase at Live House Melon-AX, Gwangjang-dong in Seoul on May 27, 2007.[8] The album combined 13 songs that were loosely divided into two parts, "Emotion...
Basic Info about FT Island
F.T. Island (Korean: 에프티 아일랜드, or FT아일랜드, Japanese: エフティー・アイランド; stylized as FTISLAND), also known as Five Treasure Island, is a five-member South Korean rock band formed by FNC Entertainment in 2007. The band consists of Choi Jong-hoon (leader, guitar, and keyboard), Lee Hong-gi (main vocals), Lee Jae-jin (bass and 2nd vocals), Song Seung-hyun (guitar, vocals, and rap), and Choi Min-hwan (drum...